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The Los Angeles premiere of "Other Desert Cities" by Jon Robin Baitz is to feature Jeannie Berlin, JoBeth Williams and Robin Weigert. The actors are joining the previously announced Justin Long and Robert Foxworth in the comedy about a wealthy family...
If you know Gerard Hopkins' Victorian-era poem "Spring and Fall," a reflection on the loss of innocence addressed to a young child named Margaret, you have a clue about what writer-director Kenneth Lonergan is getting at in "Margaret." This contemporary...
24 FramesActress Anna Paquin interviewed about Kenneth Lonergan's "Margaret"...
24 Frames'Rango' and 'Margaret' are re-released into Los Angeles theaters for one week beginning Friday...
Company TownFour new films are being released this weekend: the cancer comedy "50/50," "What's Your Number?" with Anna Faris, the faith-based drama "Courageous" and the thriller "Dream House." But all four debut are expected to come in behind three films that...
The first time I read Judy Blume's "Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret" was on an eight-hour road trip over the winter holidays. I was 7. We were on our way to visit cousins and I was squeezed in the backseat with my two older brothers, sandwiched...
"Nobody Walks" is one of those fishbowl films: An idea is tossed in like a crumb, then we wait and watch what happens. This dark story unfolding in sunshine wonders what might happen to a beautifully blended but bored California family when a pretty...
'Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close': Post-9/11 film milks viewer emotions with impunity -- 1 1/2 stars"Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close" transforms the carnage and unruly grief of Sept. 11, 2001, known to its preteen Upper West Side Manhattan protagonist as "The Worst Day," into an occasion for interborough healing and emotional encounters of the...
RedEye movie critic*** (out of four) A good way to tell when a movie’s been on the shelf for a while: when it’s set in the present and characters go to a theater where “Roll Bounce” and “Flightplan” are playing. Held since 2005 due to...
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